D-Black, the rapper and CEO of Black Avenue Music, has spoken up about his business operations in the country in addition to his musical career.
He revealed that Black Avenue Works was the first business he founded after earning money through music, and that he eventually went on additional business ventures that helped him to survive financially.
Regarding his well-known record company Black Avenue Music, the rapper stated that he founded it in partnership with other musicians such as Joey B and DJ Breezy.
D-Black mentioned the businesses he has in Ghana and how he manages to make them prosper in an interview with JoyPrime on CelebBiz, which GhanaWeb watched.
“The first one was advertising and marketing, which I did before even getting into music.” So that’s what I was doing, and that’s how I earned the money to put in my music. “It was a company I founded called Black Avenue Works,” he explained.
“And then, when I invested in music, I started a record label, Black Avenue Music,” he concluded. So it was just me, Joey B, and DJ Breezy when I launched that firm. Then, in 2016, around the time Castro disappeared, I took a sabbatical from music and moved into events. So I started hosting livewire events. We had Bukom Banku vs. Ayittey Powers Celebrity Soccer and a slew of other events, so that was fun.